Plans for a new multi-million-pound waterfront campus that could create “Scotland’s Silicon Valley on the Clyde” have been revealed by a university.
A thief stole gold jewellery worth thousands of pounds after breaking into an elderly woman’s home.
Two police stations should be closed immediately amid safety concerns over “horrific” conditions, the Scottish Police Federation has said.
Nicola Sturgeon appeared to hint she could still push for a second vote on Scottish independence even if the UK remains part of the European Union.
A Scottish Green MSP has pledged to set a new record by delivering more than 50,000 objections to a tourist development application near Loch Lomond.
New legislation to reform the planning system in Scotland will make it harder rather than easier, the finance secretary has said.
Scotland’s First Minister has revealed her first job was selling potato scones door to door.
Tickets to see one of the cinematic events of the decade are selling out rapidly across Tayside and Fife.
A new digital court service has gone live, allowing civil disputes with a value of £5,000 or less to be resolved online.
Environmental activists have staged a protest at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) headquarters, demanding further action to combat climate change.